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Thread: cleaning a self-healing cutting board

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    cleaning a self-healing cutting board

    Does anyone have a suggestion for cleaning lint that's been embedded in cuts on a self-healing cutting board? Help please.

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    If you go to the following website, you will find the information you need. http://www.generations-quilt-pattern...tting-mat.html

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    Some on QB like the Mr. Clean magic eraser. Someone else posted they like the giant pink eraser from the Dollar store.

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    I use the plastic mesh pot scrubbers from the Dollar Store.
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    I use a piece of medium-fine sandpaper to remove the fibers that get caught in the groves made by the rotary cutter.

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    all good hints....thanks!
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    Great link...thank you!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    If you go to the following website, you will find the information you need. http://www.generations-quilt-pattern...tting-mat.html
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    I soak mine in the tub, rub it down with a mesh pot holder, no soap, then layout on cabinet to dry. It removes dirt and the lint in the groves.

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    Thank you! I'll try them.

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    Excellent! Thank you!

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